Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection

Accession Number: MA 01:08
Location: MA BIO El (Compton)
Dates: 1944 – ca. 2001
Size: 15 boxes; 3 oversized items
Creator/Collector: Collected by Ron Elz
Acquisition info: Donated by Ron Elz in 2001
Accruals: No accruals expected
Custodial history: Collection was assembled over time by Ron Elz during his career as a radio personality.
Language: English
Processed by: Sarah Cain, June 2014
Conservation notes: All paper items placed into archival boxes and acid-free folders. Metal fasteners removed. Plaques, memorabilia, and audio and video recordings need proper housing
Scope and Content:

Although the date of many of the pieces is unknown, the dated material covers the 1960s through the mid-2000s, with the bulk of the material ranging from the mid-1985s to 2001. The collection is organized into eight series, the bulk of which consists of plaques, memorabilia, and audio and video recordings.

Elz has worked 60 years in radio, with most of his career being in St. Louis. He began his radio career at WTMV when he first went on-air in 1954. After high school graduation he landed an evening spot at KXOK, where he took the air name Johnny Rabbitt in 1962. Elz moved to WIL-AM in 1965. WIL challenged KXOK in order for Elz to keep his on-air name Johnny Rabbitt, but KXOK sued to protect their trademark and won. Elz subsequently changed his air name to Johnny B. Goode. After his stint at WIL, Elz worked at KSHE as the General Manager and consulted with KADI-FM. Elz also worked as a record promoter and as a columnist for the GlobeDemocrat. He returned to radio in 1975 as Johnny Rabbitt since KMOX relinquished the copyright of the name. Since then, he has worked at WRTH and KMOX-AM (2008-present). In addition to his career in radio, Elz has worked in the record and concertpromotion industries, taught communications at Saint Louis University, and has written a couple of books about St. Louis trivia.

Arrangement:

Collection organized into series.

Series 1: Photographs
Series 2: Papers
Series 3: Radio market research and reports
Series 4: Plaques
Series 5: Memorabilia
Series 6: Audio recordings
     Subseries 6A: General
     Subseries 6B: Political
     Subseries 6C: Armed Forces Radio Service, War Department
Series 7: Video recordings
     Subseries 7A: General
     Subseries 7B: Political
     Subseries 7C: Political – Ribaudo Campaign
Series 8: Books

Restrictions: Unrestricted. Permission required to reproduce images.  
Remarks:  

Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection
1944 – ca. 2001
8 Paige boxes; 2 record cartons; 4 flat folios; 4 oversized items; 20 cu. ft.

9A/- Box/Folder Description
 1/1  Finding aid
1/[slide box] Event at St. Louis Medical Building [slides]
1/2 Photos. Elz/WIL publicity shots; WIL beauty? contest; KXOK prize car; WRTH billboard; Peter Rexford Christmas greeting; Ron Elz with Gene McMary and Archbishop Justin Rigali
  Series 2: Papers
1/3 Ron Elz ephemera
1/4 Calendars, 1996-2000
1/5 Clippings, c. 1990-2000
1/6 Correspondence, 1980s
1/7 St. Louis professional media organizations and awards
1/8 St. Louis radio stations ephemera
1/9 KADI ephemera
1/10 KIX ephemera
1/11 KSHE ephemera
1/12 KXOK ephemera
1/13 WIL-FM ephemera
1/14 WIL-FM—Combination Ranker, St. Louis ARB Metro Survey Area AQH, 1988-1989
1/15 WIL-FM—Combination Ranker, St. Louis ARB Metro Survey Area AQH, 1990, 1993
1/16 WRTH ephemera
1/17 Non-St. Louis radio stations ephemera
1/18 Radio scripts, 1980s
1/19 KMOX-AM/KMOX-TV ephemera
1/20 St. Louis Globe Democrat ephemera
12/21 St. Louis Inquirer ephemera
1/22 Record studios ephemera
1/23 AFTRA contract, 1987 (1 of 2)
1/24 AFTRA contract, 1987 (2 of 2)
1/25 IBEW contract, 1987
1/26 KHITS union
1/27 MDA, September 5-6, 1982
1/28 Miscellaneous
  Series 3: Radio market research and reports
  Box 2: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection - Radio market research & reports
2/1 Radio Research Report
2/2 Sinclair, Radio research and persuasion theory, Summer 1999
2/3 Arbitron report, Breakout material, Winter 2000
2/4 SuperTrends, St. Louis, February 28, 2001
2/-  Preliminary Tables, The St. Louis Radio Audience, February 1994
2/-  Diary Review, KIHT-FM/WIL-FM, Arbitron radio market report Fall 1998
2/-  Diary Review, KIHT-FM/WIL-FM, Arbitron radio market report Winter 1998
2/-  Sinclair, Strategy Research Presentation, January 1999 (2)
2/-  Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Spring 1994
2/-  Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Summer 1994
2/-  Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Summer 1995
2/- Arbitron radio market report, First Preference, Fall 1995
2/- Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Winter 1995
2/- Arbitron radio market report, First Preference, Spring 1996
2/- Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Summer 1996
2/- Arbitron radio market report, First Preference, Fall 1996
2/- Arbitron radio market report, Kansas City, Fall 1996
2/- Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Fall 1996
2/- Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Winter 1996
2/- Arbitron radio market report, First Preference, Spring 1997
2/- Arbitron radio market report, First Preference, Summer 1997
2/- Arbitron radio market report, First Preference, Winter 1997
2/- Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Summer 1998
2/- Arbitron radio market report, First Preference, Summer 1998
2/- Arbitron radio market report, First Preference, Winter 1998
2/- Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Summer 1999
2/- Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Fall 1999
2/- Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Winter 2000
2/- Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Spring 2001
2/- Arbitron radio market report, St. Louis, Fall 2001
  Series 4: Plaques
  Box 3: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Plaques
3/- Brentwood Chili Taste Off, Official Judge Johnny Rabbit, 2000
3/- The Parkmoor, Johnny Rabbitt, October 2, 1994
3/- The Parkmoor, Johnny Rabbitt, May 21, 1995
3/- Show World Promotions sponsorship, WRTH, 1997
3/- Show World Promotions sponsorship, WRTH, 1999
3/- Show World Promotions sponsorship, WRTH, 2000
3/- Scneithorst’s, Johnny Rabbitt, October 5, 1997
3/- Scneithorst’s, Johnny Rabbitt, October 11, 1998
3/- Statesman Award, Bevo Day, Ron Elz, September 15, 1996
3/- Statesman Award, Bevo Day, Ron Elz, September 14, 1997
3/- Bevo Day, Ron Elz, September 20, 1998
3/- Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church, Ron ELz, January 12, 1992
3/- V.P. Fair, WIL 92 FM, 1994
3/- Leo Ladendecker Award, WIL, 1986
3/- Fair Saint Louis – 1995, KHITS96
3/- Fair Saint Louis – 1998, KHITS96
3/- Fair Saint Louis – 1999, KHITS96
3/- National Children’s Cancer Society, WRTH
3/- Gateway Classic Show Season, WRTH, 1996
  Box 3B: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Plaques & Memorabilia 
3B/- Fair Saint Louis – 1999, WRTH 1430AM
3B/- St. Louis Racing Club, WIL Radio, 1988
3B/- Arthritis Foundation Telethon, WIL Radio AM-FM, June 26, 1985
3B/- Children’s Miracle Network, KHITS96, 1998
3B/- Framed gold record, WIL-FM, Karen Carpenter, “Come on, Come on”
3B/- Posters [foam core], WIL-FM (8)
3B/- Blueprints, WIL-TV station (4 pages)
3B/- Blueprints, WIL-TV station (4 pages)
3B/- Poster, WIL-FM, “Be Kind to Your Ears Day” (3)
3B/- Poster, WRTH
  Series 5: Memorabilia
  Box 4: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection - Memorabilia
4/- Polaroid Camera [in case], c.1970s
4/- Artwork [etching in stone], The Iron Horse & The Babe, July 4, 1939 (#51) by Milton Morrin, Jun 18, 1989
4/- WIL tee-shirt
4/- “WIL Willie Wear sold here” banner
4/- WIL foam finger
4/- WRTH, WIL: microphone flags
4/- WIL, WRTH, Y98, KXOK: key chains, pens, buttons, magnets
4/- metal microphone
4/- Hiley Winery aluminum can
4/- Ribaudo for Mayor bumpersticker
4/- Prairie Farms milk carton, Johnny Rabbitt on WIL ad on side
4/- WIL hat (2)
4/- WRTH, 50 Plus Fair at the St. Louis Zoo plastic bags (2)
  Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Memorabilia [oversized]
-/- [oversized] Broadcasting system (KWK)
-/- [oversized] Blueprints, Heritage Media Corp., Brentwood studios and offices (6 pages)
-/- [oversized] Banner, WIL-FM/AM and Busch
-/- [oversized] Banner, WRTH
  Series 6: Audio recordings
  Subseries 6A: General
  Box 5: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Audio recordings, General
  Reel-to-reel:
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Dec 29 & Jan 5
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Jan 12 & 19
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Jan 26 & Feb 2
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, May 19 & 26
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Jun 2 & 9
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Jun 16 & 20
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Jun 30 & Jul 7
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Jul 14 & 21
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Jul 28 & Aug 4
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Aug 18, 1997
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Aug 25 & Sept 1
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Sept 8 & 15
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Sept 22 & 30
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Oct 6 & 13
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Oct 20 & 27
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Nov 3 & 10
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Nov 17 & 24
5/- American Radio Programs with Larry Conners, Dec 15 & 22
5/- Gene Hirsh, drunk driving special report
5/- KXOK, PAMS-series 27
5/- Show 87 Hour 3, Jan 1, 1982
5/- unknown, 1960s music
5/- KMOX, Super Q, Where it’s good again, The Modulators Part I, The
Modulators Part II
5/-  [unknown, Melody magnetic recording tape]
5/-  [unknown, Scotch magnetic tape]
5/- Planet Earth Foundation, Jan 18, 1996
5/- WRTH sales demo
5/- KXOK No Jive
  Cassette:
5/- Fax Free Lunch – Am. Road.
5/- “Hold on,” Terry Group on Midwest flood victims, 1993
5/- O.J. Simpson update, Terry Fox on WIL?, Oct. 1995
5/- St. Louis Stompers
5/- Ray Perry intro tape
5/- WIL Newscast, Feb 21, 1996
5/- Woman to Woman, Phyllis Wallace, Dec 21, 1997
5/- Nick Charles
5/- KXOK Critic at Large, David Collin
5/- Abeta’s 60 sec Jingle, Jukebox 96
5/- “Happy New Year,” Johnny Rabbitt from The Live Wire, 1982
5/- M.R. Garcia, “Santa’s coming”
5/- Jim Gross, “I won’t hide from Christmas,” c1984
5/- Gonzo, KIX 104, Aug 18
5/- Gordon Green Oman, “St. Louis, my home town,” 1992
5/- John Lennon poem, KXOK
5/- Chuck Connors, character voices:  announcer/narrator
5/- Nixon resignation [1974]
5/- Grant Horton 9AM hour, KMOX 
5/- Grant Horton 10AM hour, KMOX, Jan 5, 1987, 
5/- Wehrenberg Theatres, Dec 23, 1976
5/-  “Sweetheat’s Slide”
5/- Old St. Louis Noodle & Pizza Co.
5/- T.L. Wahl, “Ballad of William Webster”
5/- Johnny Rabbitt, Ed Wilson, Christmas party picks
5/- John W. Probst, Branson, “All I have for you”
5/- “It’s the law” (legal minute), narrated by Mary Phelan
5/- Jonnie King, “The Breakfast Serial” demo
5/- “Glenda” C. Clark; “Vision of Bueaty”; “Sugar Ray”; “Ball Playin’”; “Jeeps Blues” Sal R.
5/- WIL-FM, May 5, 1989
5/- WIL-FM, May 5, 1989
  Compact Disc:
5/- Mama’s Pride, “Guard your heart,” 1992
5/- Kittie Moller, “I don’t want another Heartache” 1992
5/- Kurt Warner Testimony, Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast, WRTH & WIL
  Box 6: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Audio recordings, General
6/- Johnny Rabbitt Christmas Special Music, tape 1, 1982
6/- Johnny Rabbitt Christmas Special Music, tape 2, 1982
6/- Johnny Rabbitt Christmas Special Music, tape 3, 1982
6/- Johnny Rabbitt Christmas Special Music, tape 4, 1982
6/- Johnny Rabbitt Christmas Special Music, tape 6, 1982
6/- Johnny Rabbitt Christmas Special Music, tape 7, 1982
6/- Johnny Rabbitt, 1982
6/- Johnny Rabbitt Christmas Special Music, tape 3, 1982
6/- Elz, KMOK, 1982
6/- Nick Charles airchecks, KMOX, Apr 30 & May 1, 1982
6/- Paul Harvey on WIL, Oct 5, 1989
6/- Gene Hirsch’s final day, WIL, June 17, 1994
6/- WIL/WRTH/KHITS, Richard Hayman
6/- Terry Thompson, “Cry me a river,” Terry Thompson Productions
6/- Equality Savings
6/- Edelman Public Relations for St. Louis Community Development
6/- Agency, “City living”, March 30, 1989
6/- Edelman Public Relations for St. Louis Community Development
6/- Agency, “City living”, May 1989
6/- [unknown, AMPEX 456]
6/- ZAM’s “Summertime”, May 11, 1989
6/- Chicken sandwich chorus, Sept 27, 1989
6/- WIL, Sept 7, 1987
6/- Paula Carter, KATZ
6/- Edgewood, “My dad” “Facts/mother” “Independence Day”, Nov 6, 1987
6/- Warehouse of waterbeds summer sale, Jun 12 – Jul 31
6/- [unknown, no case]
  Box 7: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Audio recordings, General
  Records:
7/- Audition transcription, Frederick Thad (Shore), Feb 13, 1945
7/- Thad Shore voice test
7/- Thad Shore, Jan 14, 1947
7/- Thad Shore Audition - commercials, May 27, 1945
7/- Thad Shore Audition - news and commercials, Jan 28, 1945 [brittle]
7/- Thad Shore Audition, June 29, 1944
7/- Bill Orum, WIL
7/- Thad Shore, Jan 15, 19??
7/- Thad Shore audition transcription, Oct 16, 1944
7/- Thad Shore audition recording, Sept 30, 1944 [broken]
7/- Voice check part I, F. Thad, Jan 10, 1944
7/- Carl Martin
7/- Brad Harrison news and commercials, Apr 28, 1948
7/- Papendick Bakery announcements
7/- Interview; Capt. Frank Egenriether & Alex Buchan, KMOX, Sept 26, 1946
7/- F. Thad Shore audition “audition”
7/- J.F. Myers Candies, Apr 28, 1946
7/- Thad Shore audition - commercials, W.E. dynamic mike; RCA ribbon mike
7/- Voice test, Thad Shore
7/- [unknown]
7/- Audition recording by--Frederick Thad, Jan 28, 1944
7/- F. Thad Voice test, Mar 10, 1944
7/- WIL Golden Country, Presenting the WIL Western Gentleman, 1960-1969
  Subseries 6B: Political
  Box 8: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Audio recordings, Political
  Cassette:
8/- Tom Villa - Radio, Jan 23, 1991
8/- Tim L. Campbell, 1991
8/- Alderman Red Villa, 36th Year on the Board, Apr 19, 1989
8/- WIL, [Steve] Doss, Jack B. Horn, Political Fall 1990 A
8/- WIL, Political Fall 1990
8/- Steve Doss
8/- WIL, SD 301 3x
  Reel-to-reel:
8/- Steve Doss [3 reels]
8/- Steve Doss, License Collector, (DOSS-SD04)
8/- WIL-AM & FM, Doss, SD04, Oct 25th
8/-  KEZK/WRTH, Woodrome Oldsmobile
8/- Steve Doss, License Collector, Nov 3-6
8/- KXOK, Woodrome Olds “Deal of a lifetime”
8/- WIL, Woodrome Olds
8/- Steve Doss 1-60
8/- Doug Stone liner
8/- SD Peonie
8/- Channel 5
8/- Stations
8/- Allan Fishman on business, Oct 6, 1982
8/- Steve Doss, John P
8/- “He’s getting the job done…right” [Steve Doss?]
8/- “He’s getting the job done…right”, Steve Doss, Aug 23, 1990
8/- Pal/anncr/tog, Nance, Mason
8/- SD03
8/- Steve Doss, master ad 2
8/- [Steve] Doss, Jack B. Horn, montage, Jan 1, 1991
8/- Steve Doss, commercial 1 getting the job done right, Oct 6, 1990
8/- Tom Dhigman, Dan Gerard, L. Ranger, Bernie-weather-Ann Ward, Commercials
8/- Groucho Marx songs, Mark/Colonna
8/- The Campbell Playhouse at The Citadel, May 10, 1987
8/- Musical!, Jan 12, 1985
8/- The Back to God Hour, Sept 26, 1982
8/- The Back to God Hour, Jan 22, 1983
8/- KEZK/WRTH, Ron Elz, production tape
8/- Mike Williams
8/- Y98FM, Villa for Board President #2 (master)
8/- Y98FM, Villa 60 #3
8/- Y98FM, Villa 60 #3 endorsement
8/- Y98FM, Tom Villa for Board President
8/- Tom Villa, Feb 8, 1991
8/- Tom Villa for Treasurer, “Rainy Day Fund”, July 18, 1984 
8/- Tomas A. Villa, Democrat for State Treasurer, Statement Re:“Rainy
8/- Day Fund” [2 reels]
8/- Tomas A. Villa, State Treasurer/Democrat, release non-partisan admin., Jun 26, 1984 [2 reels] 
8/- Tom Villa, “tradition” Jan 23, 1991
8/- WES
8/- Villa
8/- Villa (4 cuts)
8/- Villa master (use cut 3), Jun 23,1984
8/- Senator Dirksen
8/- discarded leadership
  Subseries 6C: Armed Forces Radio Service, War Department
  Box 9A: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Audio recordings, Armed Service
  Records:
9A/- Jack Benny (part 2)
9A/- “Caravan”
9A/- Hit Parade, Nov 10, 1945
9A/- Music for Sunday
9A/- Personal album
9A/- Mystery playhouse
9A/- Hit Parade, no. 110
9A/- Semi-classical replacement, replacing John Charles Thomas 86
 9A/-   Bing Crosby 
9A/-  Jon Charles Thomas, January 27, 1945
9A/-  Great moment in music, December 31, 1945
9A/- Personal album “Carlos Ramiriz”, June 3, 1945
9A/- G. I. Jive “Jill”
9A/- Date with the duke
9A/- Linda Darnell, Ink Spots, Cass Daley, Jascha Heifetz, Cab Calloway, Abbott & Costello and Jane Frohman, March 21, 1946 (part 1)
9A/- James Melton
9A/- Metropolitan Opera
9A/- Maxwell House Show
9A/- Hildegarde
9A/- Andy Russell, January 31, 1946
9A/- A notebook on Greece
9A/- New York Philharmonic
9A/- “Mail Call”, May 16, 1944
9A/- “Great Music”
9A/- Spotlight Bands
9A/- “Mail Call”, May 16, 1944
9A/- Red Skelton
9A/- “All Time Hit Parade”
  Box 9B: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Audio recordings, Armed Service
9B/- Lynn Murray
9B/- Christmas Program No. 14 “Jack Carson”, December 19, 1945
9B/- Jack Benny (no 47)
9B/- A Xmas Carol
9B/- 8 to the bar
9B/- Christmas Program No. 16 “Lynn Murray”, December 12, 1946
 9B/-   “Duffy’s Tavern” 
9B/- Front Line Theatre present Pied Piper
9B/- Rhubarb Red & his rules
9B/- “Frank Morgan – Baby Snooks”, January 7, 1944
9B/- Fred Allen
9B/- Fibber McGee No. 94 replaced by Abbott & Costello, October 29, 1945
9B/- Charlie McCarthy
9B/- Burns & Allen
9B/-  “Frank Morgan”
9B/- “Duffy’s Tavern” (no. 35)
9B/- “Waltz Time”, September 3, 1944
9B/- Kate Smith
9B/- Christmas Program No. 12 “Globe Theatre”, December 25, 1945
9B/- Christmas Program No. 7 “Music We Love”, December 25, 1945
9B/- Spotlight Bands (no. 679-680)
9B/- Gibbs-Whiteman
9B/- Gildersleeve
9B/- Guy Lombardo
  Box 9C: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Audio recordings, Armed Service
9C/- Fred Waring Christmas Album – 1944, December 25, 1944
9C/- Joan Davis
9C/- Hit Parade (no. 95)
9C/- Showtime
9C/- Bill Gale & His Globetrotters
9C/- “Waltz Time”
9C/- Melody Round-up, Sons of the Pioneers
9C/- National Barn Dance, May 24, 1944; August 5, 1944
9C/- Personal Album, Martha Mears (no. 75)
9C/- “Mail Call”, February 17, 1944
9C/- Maxwell House Show
9C/- Personal Album, Martha Mears (no. 516)
9C/- “Great Music”, November 4, 1944
9C/- Abbott and Costello replacing Charlie McCarthy 61
9C/- Supper Club
9C/- Dinah Shore
9C/- Eddie Cantor
9C/- Stan Kenton and His Orchestra
9C/- Contented Hour (no. 9)
9C/- Linda Darnell, Ink Spots, Cass Daley, Jascha Heifetz, Cab Calloway, Abbott & Costello and Jane Frohman, March 21, 1946 (part 2)
9C/- Bob Hope
9C/- Hit Parade, April 29, 1944
9C/- Downbeat
9C/- Sigmund Romburg
9C/- Basic Musical Library (vol. no. P-28)
9C/- Intermezzo
  Series 7: Video recordings
  Subseries 7A: General
  Box 10: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Video recordings, General
10/- AFTRA Awards 1999
10/- Crown Candy, Nov 14, 1990 [2 tapes]
10/- Ron Elz tribute, March of Dimes AIR awards, Feb. 1997
10/- Gene Hirsch, Channel 4 at 6 p.m.
10/- Gene Hirsch retirement [3 tapes]
10/- Imo’s Pizza franchise
10/-   Missouri Historical Society, Media Archive Presentation, 1992 [2 tapes]
10/- Kitty Moller & Fanfare at Calvin Fanfare Entertainment, Feb. 18, 1994
10/- Steven B. Stevens demo.
10/- Ray Warren
10/- Productuion Demo: Ray Warren, Kelly Faust, Donna Corson
10/- World Wide Magazine
10/- Kevin Berns
10/- KIX instant win video
10/- Mike Brown from KMOV-TV (Ch. 4) Tucker interview, May 7, 1992
10/- KPLR-TV, Bob Hardcastle’s Money Minute, Dec 16, 1994
  Subseries 7B: Political
  Box 10: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Video recordings, Political
10/- St. Louis Board of Aldermen swearing-in ceremony, April 1987
10/- “Red” Villa, Sept 8, 1990
10/- Villa commercials
10/- Villa 1 & 2 [2 videotapes]
10/- Villa, “Tradition”, Feb 14, 1991
10/- Villa, “Leadership” spot II [1990/91]
  Subseries 7C: Political – Ribaudo Campaign
  Box 10: Ron Elz (Johnny Rabbitt) Collection – Video recordings, Ribaudo
11/- Lundell’s Plant at Gallatin, Tenn.
11/- Ribaudo for Mayor “Afraid”, Jan 27, 1993
11/- Ribaudo for Mayor “Up to us”
11/- Ribaudo for Mayor “Up to us - A”
11/- Ribaudo for Mayor “Security”
11/- Ribaudo for Mayor “Security” Jan 25, 1993
11/- Ribaudo for Mayor “Disgrace”
11/- Ribaudo for Mayor “Looking out”
11/- Ribaudo for Mayor “Dempsey Avenue”, Jan 12, 1992
11/- Ribaudo for Mayor “Afraid” “Security” “Chase”, Feb 1, 1993
11/- Ribaudo for Mayor “Protect”, Feb 11, 1993
11/- Tony’s Walk kick-off
11/- Tony’s Walk
11/- Southwest (2 videotapes)
11/- George Peach on hardcopy
  Series 8: Books
[RB stacks] Roy Queen, “The Grandaddy of Country Music” by B.W. Holt (1997)
Print